Very similar to my Halloween Tic Tac Toe (don’t forget to pin for next year), this Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe is a perfect way to challenge your friends and family to a tasty game of Tic Tac Toe while you’re waiting on the turkey. Because in Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe, the winner gets all the candy!
So what do you say? Are you in?
Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe
- Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe Printable
- small candy pieces (like Reese’s Pieces or M & M’s)
Print the free printable and cut into four playing cards. Use the candy pieces in place of the traditional Xs and Os on your playing card.
Each player gets 5 candy pieces in the same color. Play Tic Tac Toe like you would normally play. At the end of the game, the winner gets the candy pieces.
I like playing Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe because the winner actually get something besides bragging rights. And since candy is a big incentive for me, I want to do all the winning.
I know that Fall Break is coming up really soon and there might be some bored kids sitting at home all day. Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe is a great way to keep the kids entertained.
How to Play Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe
Since I’ve done all the design work for you, all you need to do to enjoy a game of Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe is print the Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe cards. And because I love playing with my children (and hope you do too), I’m sharing these printables absolutely free of charge for you to enjoy. All you have to do is print them.
If you want, you can also laminate the cards to make them last longer. If you want to laminate and don’t have a laminator yet, I recommend the Fellowes Saturn 3i 125. The rapid warm up and auto shut off make it the best option for busy moms like me.
After printing the Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe cards, cut them into four cards. I use my Westcott Carbo Titanium Paper Trimmer and my Westcott Titanium Non-Stick Scissors. When working with printables and other various crafts, I’ve found the Westcott brand to be reliable and affordable. And since I’m always looking for the best deal, I stick with what’s cheap and works!
You can use candies, different-colored circles cut out of cardstock, and/or dry-erase markers (if you laminated the cards) as your Xs and Os. Whoever gets three in a row, wins.
Need more ways to keep the kiddos entertained? Check out these posts for more inspiration:
Thanksgiving Decor Crafts